04-18-2013 07:02 AM
Absolutely yes, they do. Banks look at inquiries as a sign of weakness (needing money.) The more inquiries a person has on the report, the bank automatically assumes that the person is in NEED of money. When that happens, banks typically shy away from those applications and deny them.
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